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[News] LSB Gets Wider Support from Giants

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LBS vendor and Intel partner on Moblin MIDs

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| Nokia's Navteq digital-mapping subsidiary announced a partnership with Intel 
| to encourage development of location-based services (LBS) software using the 
| Linux-based Moblin platform. A new, Intel-sponsored microsite on the Navteq 
| Network for Developers portal provides resources for those developing LBS 
| software for Atom-based MIDs (mobile Internet devices).    



LSB 4.0 Release Candidate 1 Released

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| I am pleased to announce the availability of LSB 4.0 Release Candidate 1.
| This version of LSB 4.0 has been put in the normal release directories, but
| IS ONLY A RELEASE CANDIDATE! In particular, certification is not yet open for
| LSB 4.0.


Theodore Tso: How the LSB Helps You Behind the Scenes

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| Theodore Tso: So I got involved with Linux starting in 1991; I believe or at
| least Linus tells me that I'm the first North American Linux kernel
| developer. I started in late August of '91 with the Linux kernel version 0.09
| and been involved with Linux for a very long time. In 1999, I started making
| Linux my full-time job when I started working for VA Linux Systems and in
| 2001 I started working for IBM and about nine months ago I started a two-year
| assignment with the Linux Foundation so I'm still employed by IBM but they're
| letting me spend two years helping out the Linux Foundation, largely with the
| Linux standards space, but I'm also doing other things with them in terms of
| you know helping with the Kernel Summit which is now being run out of the
| Linux Foundation and all sorts of other things, but those are probably the
| two biggies.


Go Google, Linux, or Open source or go home! Google tops wireless application
developers for LBS apps

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| Another interesting finding from the study reports that almost two-thirds
| (60.5%) of wireless developers plan to be using open source or Linux-specific
| tools to build applications for mobile devices in the next year.

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